Difference between revisions of "Modern music for medieval dance"

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*''Good King Wenceslas'' - Music is taken from a [[13th century|13th C]] [[bransle]], steps unknown
 
*''Good King Wenceslas'' - Music is taken from a [[13th century|13th C]] [[bransle]], steps unknown
 
*''[[Scarborough Fair]]'' - [[pavanne]]?
 
*''[[Scarborough Fair]]'' - [[pavanne]]?
*''Achey Breaky Heart'' - pavanne
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*''Achey Breaky Heart'' - [[pavanne]]
 
*''God Save the Queen'' - [[galliard]]
 
*''God Save the Queen'' - [[galliard]]
 
*The theme from ''Gilligan's Island'' - The [[Bear Dance]]
 
*The theme from ''Gilligan's Island'' - The [[Bear Dance]]
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*teddy bear's picnic - [[officer's brawl]]
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*Advance australia fair- [[pavanne]]

Revision as of 15:03, 29 July 2005

For amusement value - there are quite a few songs that the modern person would know that you can actually do medieval dances to. You shouldn't expect to hear anyone dancing to these tunes at a medival renenactment event, but it could be quite amusing to do a medieval dance to them at a modern event.